Flipp is a free app that aggregates all the weekly shopping circulars for your area. Just enter your ZIP code (or let the app determine your location) and it'll find all your local stores. Here in metro Detroit, for example, it produced a whopping 75 flyers -- all of them scanlike replicas of the real thing.
But they're a lot smarter than the real thing. For starters, you can
search for not only stores, but also specific items. So if you want to
see which store in your area has the best price on, say, iPads, that's a
cinch (though keep in mind the search works only across the circulars
-- not every store may be advertising an
iPad this week)
While you're browsing ads, you can double-tap to zoom in, tap once to
"clip" an item (which gets circled in virtual ink, a nice touch), and
earmark any store as a favorite for easier browsing later.
The coolest feature by far, however, is the discount slider, which
you can use to highlight items on sale and items with the largest
discounts. As you slide it, you'll see matching items light up while
nonmatching stuff retreats to a darkened background.
Flipp is currently available for iOS, with an Android version due in early 2014. If you have multiple iOS devices running
the app can sync your clips and favorites across them. That's great
for, say, browsing on your nice, roomy iPad, then referring to your
clips while you're out shopping with your iPhone.